Chicago’s newest tower crane, our 34th in the sky right now, provides us with today’s American Flag-Tower Crane-Chicago Water Tank shot.
We’ve been on this block before and featured the same flag and tank.
Sterling Bay is responsible for both the tower crane, now at work for Leopardo Companies at 210 North Carpenter…
..and for the flag, which sits atop Venue One at 1034 West Randolph.
The water tank is atop 1035 West Lake Street.
A goose island water tank, back by an American Flag and a tower crane in Wicker Park.
Your Flag, Tank, and Crane shot for Friday, September 08 features:
The water tank at Carbit Paint, 927 West Blackhawk Street
The American Flag atop 1200 North Ashland Avenue
The tower crane working on the Wicker Park Connection, 1640 West Division Street
A better view of the Carbit Paint water tank.
A better view of the Wicker Park Connection tower crane, and the flag atop 1200 North Ashland.
You get a 3-fer in the latest edition of American Flag, Tower Crane, Water Tank.
The flags fly above New City Alfa Romeo at 2401 South Michigan Avenue.
The water tank sits atop Motor Row Gallery at 2345 South Michigan Avenue.
The tower crane is lifting heavy stuff at the Triple-branded Hilton Hotel project at 123 East Cermak Road.
American Flag, Water Tank, and Caisson Rig along the Lake Street elevated tracks.
A strong indicator of future tower cranes is a present caisson rig. Stalworth Underground has a couple of them on site at Lake and Green Streets for the Hoxton Chicago hotel. Get off the CTA Green Line train at the Morgan for a great view of an American Flag, a water tank, and a caisson rig. A caisson rig with the Stars & Stripes attached, that is. It’ll be a tower crane soon enough.
The Chicago Water Tank and American Flag sit atop East Bank Storage, 730 West Lake Street.
Very little remains of the water tank at 809 North Racine Avenue.
It held on as long as it could. So long, in fact, that I had forgotten to be vigilant. But a Sunday stroll along Grand Avenue, a peek to the north, and it was gone. The Chicago Water Tank at 809 North Racine Avenue has been demolished, reduced to little more than a kiddie pool.
Since I’d stopped paying close attention, I don’t know when it happened, but I can only assume it was last week. And there’s still some work to be done on it.
Slated for demolition back on August 30 of 2016, this tank had staying power.
We can no longer be amused by you.